Shoreline Amphitheatre - September 29, 1989
September 29, 1989
equipment break after "Blow Away" - last "Death Don't": 04-26-70 
Set List:Let the Good Times Roll
Feel Like a Stranger
Wang Dang Doodle
We Can Run But We Can't Hide
Stuck Inside of Mobile
China Cat Sunflower
I Know You Rider
Playin' in the Band
I Need a Miracle
Death Don't Have No Mercy
Quinn the Eskimo
Attendees of this show
yilano, Brewrow, MDB52, GripWeed, alaskaconstant, rlrs, olddeadhead_NFA, Smiley53, hockey_john, michizzle, MightandGlory13, geostrong, tstrit, snafu, dancin dean, heypebbles, Phinnegan, Sugarmagkauai, shrinkrap50, jenniferandjenson, puroshaggy, AlpineValley81, deepsouthgent, RayDad, the_foo, ChinaRider77, southbayrik, shug9, FatherTime, bubu13, flyinghen, grateful hawaiian, clawdia5k, smarcus, magicchef, lotsofgreensmiles, aSid, eyeswerethere, 4thRowPhilSide, weekendatjerrys, DavAlan, darkstarcrashes, Balloonatic Austinweird, radiofreedavis, zeekbythecreek12345, SpentthenightinUtah, rodiebluez1, terrapin_nw, kingsfishers, GDrew, saintstephen19, AlaskaDeadHead1, Flickster, taperjeff, fellow deadhead, deadinpcbfla., 4everagratefuldeadhead, deadgrrl, hillndale, AbleBaker, deadheadned, THE KIDD, Smileebear, Boulder Creek Mama, Heynow from The Well, Hennig, ChantalAndGeorge, johnnie walker, kimdance, kobejuan, ratterd, retiredwingnut, Oldneumanntapr, m23, drago, NanB, goodlivin, BurntDawg, lemond, jokaroo, lagnaf, MagicPEZ, Mr.SanJose, boise83, jbatt4, JackstrawfromColorado, Kosher-Pigpen, theotherone2, scottrost, jed152, Mick Flaire, moses, kd7lyj, glriggi, 4fryng, hoffmnj, NNJDEADHEAD68, TommyHolland, UNCCandyman, azlumpy, thehagg01, MissReddin, cothrex13, spikedriver, scarletfireSLC, Matthew in Salt Lake, Jazzmaze88, byrdgirl_01, ajarnaloha, Ms. Cindy, Tom Mittemeyer, RythmDevil, ubiquitous, gammalyte, Rainbowjohn, HappyCat1970, WaywardBill, BoSoxMatt, quinnever, teachpeace, mikewantsabeer, jimmy_row, johnman, dave h, Lady of the River, whitebird, zofo, supagaijin, jgminerals, thndrbill, Mr.Skjellyfetti, jakestraw, NickPannozzo, patdog, Duude, braygun, OakHillAce, romp711, dannymac21, terrapinchick, Europe 90, 9785, deadheadland, jdarr, dead_red, Pha_Q, ravenward, Dave.S, AugustWest0809, Skjellyfetti, Ted S, CT-CA-Head, jolie, Rum Jungle, Thrillian, Bear, jackstrw, tommygutt, SoulshineDeadream, Olalla Girl, bshaky256, Valerie Stevenson, Bob_Who, treesdream, BlondeJim, Rocco55, windidawn, mary-sunshine, craig maceachern 2 dustyrose, bdpalace, chunn, misngfingr, ThankYouJerry, spacecowboy, edgeman, stonyb31, Barbara, KoHoSo, Jim Vaughn, Ozhead, johnieappel, Ouizzzl, AikoBearzly, LocoBrian, 1DEDHED, KJ7XJ, WackaloonQ, griffinn40, Terrapin_Tommy, dead4days, ecmitch, Dar-El, cutter, juicediva, OrygunFreebird, wolff, Equoni, kiote, tahoejimbo420, bamstutz, murphthesurf, heidiaintnoho, scamperoni, OneGratefulDad, Staggerlee, grplasa, thefine, gratefulygroovin, Sunnydrop, jaybird, NorthwestMichael, peterpollay, JayLif, jg-in-az, tjc303, rminas, drchampagne, Zomby D Wulf, manacatsunflower, gankmore, kezardead, PsillyJim, tramp, sgolston, jaya, Hlpslpfrnk, dannyclark1966, garyfish, BlackandWhite.Peter, deadahead, Jackaroses, skioa, crazyfingers, battman, Zippatron, Ski_Nose, Larntz, scozac, screamen, bradleyg, mandala, AceCool, dreamtime, highgreenchile, heyhay3, Charlie Miller, Jack Straw
I had some great seats pavillion close to the front like 12 rows back on Jerry's side..I have some photos I may post them as well..I remember the Wolf Guitar was being used Rosebud was being Midi fied? I think the Death Dont is the best guitar work from Jerry In a while..the entire Band was in rare form..I think the hometown shows enhanced the band memebers playing and enthusiasm greatly..
I was blown away when the boys broke that one out! (considering I was 2...lol) The other highlight was the Stranger>Franklins although they did this a few times in the late 80s I think it was the first time I heard it live this way. I agree with Jaybird, The Midi setups that started this year were amazing!
...I was 2 when they last played it in 1970....
stonyb sez I was basically a metal head, but audiophile, too
had read, and heard, about the deads sound, but was basically unfilmilary with the music, boy, why did I wait so long? I thought RUSH, & YES, had good sound, but holly
batman, this was an, entireally new experience. I knew my
musical, & life philosiphy had changed, I saw brent 3 times
total, & 27 shows overall, compared to seeing say rush 7 times, over 20 years. Shoreline, Oakland collisieum,
Silver bowl VEGAS, BEST EVER TIMES OF MY LIFE!
Bird song, Terrapin, Magnolia, the shoreline lawn. I
WILL NEVER FORGET
hot hot stuff. Really fun run of shows.
Several big things happened to me on this jaunt to California.
I met Linda the one true love of my life that never materialized in to a relationship. Linda if you read this I often still think of you Sugarey even though I am a gray old man now..
Also had a nice talk in the vendor area with Uncle BoBo. Last time I think I was never to see him again.
As far as the show. Excellent!!! All three shows were.
I was in the 8th row for this one and it was my 100th show! Truly a memorable experience.-Tony
Without love in the dream, it'll never come true
That's what the tickets said. I stared at them in disbelief thinking that somebody in the GD ticket office must have screwed up. I then thought "Man I can't believe the Dead hooked me up with 2nd row tickets." But when we got there we discovered that we were actually on the FRONT row. I was literally staring up into Garcia's nostrils when he busted out the first notes of Death Don't. To say the crowd exploded in a frenzy would be quite an understatement.
keep your character, enjoy living, share your fortune,
OXOX Merple Reddin
This was my first show. I changed that night.
THANK YOU JERRY